Join us at on March 9 at 5pm for the opening of “intimate/infinite”, a thought-provoking and conversation-stimulating show. The exhibit, curated by Amanda Barrow, looks at the nature of what is. While intimacy and infinity may at first seem to be opposites, upon further reflection they can be seen to be deeply intertwined. This exhibition will feature paintings, drawings, prints, and mixed media, all of which will explore nature and the abstract world from these perspectives.
The months of March and April are at the cusp of springtime, and the intimate nature of humankind is kindled during the season. Infinite possibilities stretch ahead with summer, fall, and winter in an endless cycle. Intimate and infinite thoughts, feelings, and responses inspire us to move forward from the dark of winter into the light of spring.
The artists showing are: Scout Cuomo, Lise Lemeland, Kim Carlino, Sharon Ligorner, Maggie Nowinski, and curator Amanda Barrow. Their work will feature paintings, drawings, prints, and mixed media, all of which will explore nature and the abstract world.
We hope to expand your mind and open up deeper conversations about our reality in relationship to a larger purpose as well as the overlapping of realities. Allow the artwork to expand and open your mind to deeper conversations about what is, what isn’t, and what could be.
Please also join us Saturday, March 16 from 4 – 5:00pm, for a musical improvisational event called “Play to the Art”, a performance supported by the Easthampton Cultural Council. Carl Clements, Bob Weiner, and Jason Robinson will each view a few pieces of artwork in the gallery, and spontaneously respond to the work.